This beautiful midcentury home, with an area of 2574 square feet and located in Westchester County, New York, USA, was designed in 1969 by Roy Johnson, disciple of Frank Lloyd Wright will excite any design enthusiast. This exceptional residence has the qualities of a modern classic with an open floor plan and connection to the outdoors. Signature stunning floor to ceiling folded plate windows envelope the beautiful natural surroundings. The scale of this elegant home is ideal for entertaining with its grand spaces, but it also has an understated intimate feel.  The exteriors are truly wonderful, and we can see a perfectly fitted terrace with BBQ area and furniture, extensive garden areas for outdoor activities, and a beautiful swimming pool with a waterfall that looks tempting.  The walls are comprised of stone, wood, and glass. All three materials come together in a truly harmonious combination.

This striking home in Westchester County, New York was designed in 1969 by Roy Johnson, a “disciple” of Frank Lloyd Wright, according to the listing, and boasts a unique cut-out roof that appears to be his signature move. Comprising four bedrooms and three baths over 2,574 square feet of bright and open living, the recently updated home features a dynamic floor plan dictated by the roof’s angular and protruding overhangs. Floor-to-ceiling walls of folded plate glass create geometric openings and triangular clerestory windows that frame the residence’s nearly two-acre, tree-filled lot. Located at 543 Scarborough Road just an hour north of New York City, this special home is offered at $1,100,000. Find more info here.

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